Ask yourself this question, what's the one sin I just can't seem to get past? Jesus tells us in scripture that he offers abundant life, are you experiencing it? Today we look to examine what it takes to experience real transformational freedom in Christ.
Scripture references: Romans 12:2, 1 John 2:16, 2 Corinthians 5:17, 1 John 4:4, 2 Corinthians 10:5
Before taking a flight, pilots have a checklist to ensure the aircraft is ready for flight. They meticulously follow the script, leaving nothing to chance. Today we chat with special guest, Andy Evans: an experienced pilot for NetJets and a close friend of the show. Andy’s personal testimony of a near-death experience and a radical conversion to Christ will encourage and challenge your walk with Jesus.
What is your “Ethos”? Or, to put it another way, what is your personal mission statement? Do you live by a set of beliefs that drive you to your target or goal? Like a soldier preparing for the battlefield, how are you handling basic training? Join us as we discuss making adjustments to help you stay on track in your spiritual walk.
Scripture references: Ephesians 6:10-20, 2 Timothy 1:3-11
If you are a follower of Jesus, think back to who you were before you committed your life to Christ. How have your priorities, passions, family life, and traditions changed as a result of you being made new? Today we hear testimonies from a couple of early members of Out of the Boat ministries. We openly discuss the high and low moments of being a disciple of Jesus. "Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!" - 2 Corinthians 5:17
Was there anything in scripture that remained the same after an encounter with Jesus? The hallmarks of a Christian are a life devoted to prayer, study, and action. Today we discuss the fruit of a true encounter with the savior of the world.
In this episode, we continue our conversation on what the Lord is showing us through the COVID-19 virus. Today we celebrate our first responders, but have you ever considered yourself to be a "spiritual first responder"? How can we have hope and courage in the middle of a crisis?
Within a matter of days, everything practically shut down. Churches moved to virtual formats, kids stopped attending school, sporting events were canceled. What are you doing with all of this time? Today we look at how the COVID-19 shutdown is impacting the church and families. How can we as Christians use this time to deepen our walk with Christ and allow Him to refine us through this process?
Today we look back at some recent interviews and examine how Christians are supposed to respond when disaster strikes. It's easy to leave the burden of helping people up to local, state, or federal officials, but the Bible is clear about how we as Christians should respond. God puts the right pieces in place to accomplish His purpose, but it takes an open heart of obedience.
In this episode, we sit down with a couple of local pastors and hear their testimonies on when God called them into the ministry. We also examine how the coronavirus pandemic will impact the body of Christ, for better or for worse.
Today we introduce our listeners to a fantastic community partner, Thrivent Financial. With the COVID19 virus and the impact on local families, we're all scrambling to find resources for people in need. Through a partnership with Thrivent Financial and Project Safe, we'll provide updates and details on the efforts to feed students and families in the Hocking Hills region. During this time of crisis and uncertainty, how will you live generously?
If you're a Christian, think back to a time when someone took the time to share the Gospel with you for the very first time. Was it a friend, a pastor, a stranger? The bottom line is, someone loved you enough to share the good news of Christ and His sacrificial gift of eternal life with you. Now, who have you shared the hope of the Gospel with? Found people find people. Today we'll look at some real-life examples of sharing your faith with others.
Jesus longs to hear from you. Do you really believe that? If you're married, what would your relationship be like if you only spent 15 seconds to 2 minutes a day speaking to your spouse? Today we examine how important your prayer life should be in a strong Christian walk. Too often, we don't have enough time to spend time in prayer. We pray before meals, maybe before we go to bed, and sometimes on Sunday mornings. Make a commitment today to make time, be still, and spend time sharing your heart with Jesus. "Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is the will of God in Christ Jesus for you."-1 Thessalonians 5: 16-18
When was the last time you were surprised by something or someone? Maybe it was a surprise birthday or anniversary celebration? In order to participate, you had to have full trust and faith that the person leading you to the party had your best interest in mind. Today we talk about having full faith and trust in the Lord, even when things are not going in a direction that is comfortable, predictable, or sometimes even safe. Will you surrender control and trust Him?
Webster's defines sacrifice as "an act of slaughtering an animal or person or surrendering a possession as an offering to God or to a divine or supernatural figure." As followers of Christ we are called to be willing to give up whatever we have (time, property, treasure) for the sake of the gospel. When you examine your walk with Jesus, what have you sacrificed? Today we'll discuss humbling ourselves for the sake of others.
No, we're not talking about the catchy (painful) Ylvis tune from 2013, which has over 910 million views on YouTube?!? In this episode, we sit down with Jayme "The Silver Fox" Arnett, one of the original ManUP contributors, to recap ManUP 2020. How did ManUP start? What are some of the challenges facing this ministry? What advice would you give anyone who would like to start a similar ministry in their hometown? www.manupohio.com
Today we dive into scripture around the topic of "the end times". Wars, rumors of wars, earthquakes, famines, are these signaling the end is near? Jesus tells us not to be deceived. How do we do that? What is the responsibility of a Christian at this point in history?
What does it mean to be a man? What does it look like to lead your family well? Isn't providing food, clothing, and shelter enough? This episode we'll tackle some biblical truths in what it means to live a life of biblical character and integrity. We'll also highlight the ManUp event in Logan, OH on January 17th - 18th 2020. www.manupohio.com
Stop and examine your daily routine. What are you doing because "that's the way we've always done it"? This episode will overlay the truth of the gospel onto the traditions we follow in our Christian walk.
If you were to examine yourself, I am really take a hard look at your life, would you say you're on fire for Jesus? Today we explore what a relationship with Christ looks like and how to get back on track, if you've grown cold.